Ice cold marble floors and Bond villain ambiance can be yours for a mere $42 million dollars (or your soul). This 70th floor, 6,941-square-foot penthouse at 181 Fremont Street features five bedrooms, five and two-half bathrooms, two kitchens, a see-through fireplace, and, as the highest home in San Francisco, offers a striking view directly into the pearly gates of heaven.

The ridiculously high-end residences that take up the top 17 floors at 181 Fremont were designed by Orlando Diaz-Azcuy, a San Francisco-based interior designer who looks exactly like the rich guy in Contact who gave Jodie Foster enough money to communicate with aliens. Diaz-Azcuy is a 1988 inductee into the Interior Design Hall of Fame and designed the interiors of Levi Strauss' offices and the Sir Michael Kadoorie residence (!?!).

All of you planning to purchase this penthouse should be aware that you won't be able to move all of your junk in until 2018 because it takes a really long time to build something so classy and emotionless.

View a gallery of the 181 Fremont residences here. Each penthouse room will be RUINED by one personal framed photo, much less by your bobble head collection and "I Love You To The Moon and Back" reclaimed wood wall art.

Fingers crossed this place ends up on a very special episode of "Hoarders."